Yo! MTV Raps, the reimagined update of the 1980s and ’90s hip-hop series, premieres on Tuesday, May 24, on Paramount+. The show originally mixed rap videos with interviews of rap stars and live in-studio performances. The new international revival promises a deep dive into modern hip hop, hosted by battle rapper Conceited and deejay DJ Diamond Kuts, as well as lifestyle content, cyphers, and of course live performances from a star-studded lineup. Read on to learn how you can watch Yo! MTV Raps without cable.
- When Does Yo! MTV Raps Premiere: Yo! MTV Raps premieres on Tuesday, May 24.
- Where to Watch: Yo! MTV Raps is on Paramount+ (7-day free trial)
Where to Stream new Episodes of Yo! MTV Raps
Yo! MTV Raps is exclusively available on Paramount+. Paramount+ offers a 7-day free trial so that you can try the service with no risk. However, there are two plan options to choose from:
Paramount+ Premium: In addition to original programming like The Challenge: All-Stars, Paramount+ Premium provides live streaming access to your local CBS station so you can broadcast series as they air. This plan also offers on-demand ad-free access to Paramount+ content. After the 7-day free trial, the service price starts at $9.99.
Paramount+ Essential: This plan provides original content, plus ad-supported on-demand episodes of new shows the day they air on CBS for $4.99 per month after a 7-day free trial. This plan doesn’t include live CBS, so you will have to wait a day for new episodes.
Paramount Plus Device Support
Watch Paramount Plus by downloading the Paramount+ app to Roku Players, Apple TV, Xbox, Chromecast, Android TV, Amazon Fire TV, and Fire TV Stick, and you watch right on your television. You can also stream on the go by downloading the paramount+ app to your iOS or Android Mobile device. The Paramount+ app is also available on Samsung, LG, and Vizio smart TVs, along with Xfinity Flex & X1 boxes.
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